Motel 6 Fresno Shaw Ave and Hwy 99
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... scenes, and Mozart's home.
Have my flight and place booked for Stockholm, next. I will finally get to see where all these wonderful barbershoppers hail from ;-) So excited to visit Emanuel and Martin in their home country!
After 4 days in Stockholm, I'll head back to France (through Paris) and north to Rouen where I will ...
... first glance, but will be inadequate for deeper water damage to wood, walls, furniture and carpet, furthermore it can cause much more serious outcomes like mold and mildew growth, the thriving of unsafe bacteria, and in intense conditions, real damage to the structural steadiness of the property itself. To be able to battle every one of these harmful possibilities, the very best thing you can do is to call in a certified ...
... of underground rooms but some of that has been destroyed due to "progress" like a new highway needed to be built. Now it is being threatened again by a new high speed rail being built.
We are now in Bakersfield (relaxing again). The end of the week we will make our way to Los Angeles where Ken has a couple of cousins to visit.
A stop along the way was in a town named Kingsburg, settled by Swedes and still has that atmosphere. ...
Today was the day before we were to return home, as well as the day Bob returns from his trip. That baby didn't make a single sound that night, which satisfied both of us. We had to get rid of the baby somehow and we spent hours thinking about how we should do it. It was decided upon that we were going to place the baby in a cardboard box and leave it in front of a random home. First we prepared to leave, then cleaned up Bob's place. Tou left Bob a note of what we took and that ...
... seeds to make sure they are ripe and not bitter. The seed and skin form two thirds of the flavour and tannins in the finished wine. Good quality red wines are fermented for up to 5 weeks in big stainless steel vats and pumped regularly to make sure the seeds and skin don't stick to the bottom. The wine is then put into European oak barrels mostly French in origin, an average barrels costs over a 1000 dollars and the ranch can only use theml twice to produce wine, then they ...